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Brokeree Solutions integrates Tel Aviv Stock Exchange into MT4/MT5 Liquidity Bridge

Brokeree Solutions, a forex broker technology provider, has integrated Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) liquidity into MetaTrader 4. The connection is developed via MetaTrader Bridge by Brokeree Solutions and provides brokers with a zero-latency order execution of Israeli securities on the exchange.

Established in 1953 Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) solidified its important role in the economy of Israel, allowing companies to attract capital and to share their success with investors. TASE diversified range of over 2000 securities, includes stocks, bonds, ETNs, FX derivatives, mutual funds makes them a desirable liquidity provider.

Brokeree’s MT4/MT5 Liquidity Bridge combines hybrid trade execution, smart liquidity aggregation, and risk management. The Bridge has an advanced aggregation engine, making it possible to add multiple data streams to one MT4/MT5 and offset the risks within on of the liquidity providers aggregated in the Bridge.

The key features of the integration is execution of pending orders - the functionality to process pending orders directly on an exchange allows traders to actively participate in the market and dynamically affect it.

“Direct connection to Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange will give brokers targeting the Israeli market the opportunity to broadly widen their product offering.”, added Andrey Kamyshanov, CEO of Brokeree Solutions. “We have developed our liquidity bridge to be a flexible solution with advanced functionality and robust performance that can be used with MetaTrader 4 or MetaTrader 5 and with both simultaneously.”

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Tuesday, 04 Dec, 2018 / 10:39

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